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WestJet unveils service to Kingston, Jamaica and Aruba

WestJet has unveiled details of its summer schedule for 2012, which features two new sun destinations and the expansion of service from seasonal to year-round on four popular winter routes. WestJet will launch non-stop service between Toronto and Kingston, Jamaica, three times per week on Mondays, Fridays and Sundays starting April 30. On May 6, non-stop weekly service on Sundays between Aruba and Toronto will begin. Full schedule details and introductory one-way fares from $149 to Kingston and $189 to Aruba (plus applicable taxes and fees) are available by visiting http://www.westjet.com . Flights to Kingston are subject to government approval. The airline will also extend its non-stop service from seasonal to year-round between the following cities: Vancouver and Kona, Vancouver and Kauai, Toronto and Santa Clara, Cuba, and Toronto and San Juan, Puerto Rico.

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